Mega project in the works for Lisbon’s suburb, Almada is looking to be at the forefront of innovation and sustainability.
What do diamods, earthquakes, flashy cars, and sports celebrities have in common?
“It’s not every day you can see a dream come true and last 25 years,” Gillen says.
The delay in vaccinating teachers doesn’t bode well for Portugal’s “deconfinement” plan, to say the least.
Looks like here in Portugal we’ll be able to pick a COVID test along with our aspirin and foot cream.
Many previous short-term landlords in Portugal don’t plan to start renting out again even when tourism returns, but few are taking advantage of government incentives to convert to long-term rentals.
Tuesday, March 16 marks exactly one trip around the sun since the first lockdown for Lisbon. Feels like a lot longer, right?! But don’t worry, the current, both two-week-long and
Portugal to Emerge from Confinement, Somewhat: Creches, Hair Dressers, Book Stores, Libraries to Reopen March 15, Restaurants on April 5
The government has disclosed its plan to bring the country back out of tight restrictions, gradually — restaurants will not reopen until April 5, and only outdoors, and you can’t travel much outside your concelho until after April 5.
Here in Portugal, we can expect to see major improvements in extending bike paths and walking trails, for starters.
Update: teachers at non-school establishments in Portugal, such as those teaching foreign languages at private organizations, are reportedly NOT eligible.
Under a possible phased re-opening of the country, Portugal would only come back to a sense of normal after four phases that would last presumably two weeks each.